Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort Rooms: 2022 Guide

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When staying at a value resort like Disney’s All-Star Sports, the types of rooms tend to be limited to a standard style hotel room.

This is part of the draw for this resort in the sense of its simplicity, and that you don’t need to worry if you’re spending most of your time away from the resort.

When I know I’m paying a hefty price for my Disney resort room, it’s hard to justify spending every moment in the parks.

However, when you’re at a value resort like Disney’s All-Star Sports, the basic nature of the rooms relieves that guilt.

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort Rooms

There’s only one type of room at All-Star Sports – standard rooms.

These rooms have a simple, hotel-style layout, perfect for larger groups and teen stays. You might also like these rooms for a young adult’s trip, if you want to spend more time in the parks or hitting the Disney night life. Groups often prefer All-Star Sports because of the standard style of the rooms – if you’re a teacher or a coach, this is the place for you!

Room Layout

In the rooms at All-Star Sports, you’ll find two double beds taking up the majority of the main space. The common area also includes a two-person table, shared nightstand, and dresser-TV combination. A mini-fridge sits opposite the drawers in the dresser, ideal for snacks or simple breakfast items.

Past a privacy curtain on the far side of the room, you’ll find the split bathroom. The sink and some storage space sits right beyond the curtain, with mirrors above the sink and on the bathroom door. Through the door is the shower-tub combo and toilet. Having both the split bath and the privacy curtain helps when you’ve got a full room (i.e. four people), making it easier for multiple people to get ready at the same time. If you’re dealing with teens (or non-morning people), the ability to get everyone moving is a lifesaver.

In terms of storage, there are some hooks right outside the bathroom for hanging items like ponchos, backpacks, and jackets. That corner doesn’t have furniture, making it an ideal place to put the suitcases so they are out of the main space of the room. Since you have the drawers, we suggest using them. Again, you have some space in the bathroom for storing toiletries, which can keep everyone organized.

Room Amenities

While the amenities in the rooms at All-Star Sports aren’t to the same level as the moderate resorts, you do still have the mini-fridge. This is a huge bonus if you have kids like my son, who likes his cheese sticks or applesauce in the morning. Having a place to store cold items, even if it’s just water, is a blessing.

Beyond the mini-fridge, you also have an iron and ironing board, in-room safe, hairdryer, and room phone – standard to the Disney resorts. In the bathroom, you’ll find resort towels and the wall pumps of shampoo, conditioner, and body soap. If you’re trying to pack light, it’s nice to know you can count on these amenities in the rooms at All-Star Sports.

All-Star Sports Rooms Décor

Fitting with the theme of the resort, the rooms at All-Star Sports have a fun athletic theme featuring all your favorite classic Disney characters. Donald playing baseball, Daisy surfing, Goofy shooting hoops, Minnie playing tennis, and Mickey playing football bring just the right Disney touch to the room. The rooms at All-Star Sports also have a bright, bold color palette that fits with the rest of the larger-than-life feel of the resort. Kids of all ages will love seeing their favorite characters in action, especially your little athletes.

What about Preferred?

Like many Disney resorts, All-Star Sports does offer a preferred room option. However, you want to remember that this doesn’t mean that your room is bigger or has better amenities. In this instance, preferred simply means that you are closer to the overall resort amenities – Stadium Hall, the main pool, dining, and transportation.

Most of the preferred rooms at All-Star Sports are in the Surf’s Up! section, right behind Stadium Hall. This is a great choice for those that need to use Disney transportation or want to be close to the pool. However, if you’re using your own vehicle or want a quieter atmosphere, you might want to save yourself the money and skip preferred.

Check out a full room tour in this video!

Grab your gear and get comfy in the rooms at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort! We know you’re going to love your stay.

Grace Hoyos, Staff Writer

Grace is a life-long lover of all things Disney, particularly the parks at Walt Disney World. She is also an avid Disney Cruise Line enthusiast who regularly dreams of the white sands of Castaway Cay. Grace loves the fact that her Disney trips give her time to spend with her family, enjoy incredible food, and try new experiences.

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